Under the direction of the Department Chair - DC Behavioral Science, the Assistant Professor - Psychology-Behavioral Science will: provide high quality teaching of psychology courses with undergraduates, particularly courses related to developmental psychopathology or clinical work; mentor undergraduate students in research; produce scholarly work that will advance knowledge and /or contribute to practice; provide service to the university and department; remain engaged in professional activities and service to professional organizations.
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- Teach undergraduate and graduate courses as assigned and other courses that meet program needs.
- Plan, prepare, and follow an approved course of study with measurable objectives and student outcomes for each course taught.
- Prepare all instructional materials (to include course syllabi, exams, readings, instructions, visual aids, and other materials) in electronic and paper formats.
- Maintain and submit accurate and current records concerning student accountability, attendance, and performance.
- Effectively and accurately participate in the School of Education accreditation process.
- Engage in scholarly activities and produce scholarly work.
- Serve as chair or member of graduate committees.
- Supervise student teachers, field work students, and interns.
- Maintain currency and improve professionally in the content and pedagogy of courses taught.
- Provide service to the University and community.
- Attend assigned meetings, maintain office hours, and uphold a student centered approach to education.
- Develop positive relationships with colleagues and public school teachers and administrators.
- Uphold professional and ethical standards.
- Assist in building and maintaining a quality BSW program and the quality of the program.
- Work collaboratively with colleagues in the Behavioral Science Department, other departments, and with members of the community.
- Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Graduation for an accredited institution with a doctorate in social work or in a closely related field and a minimum of two years full-time social work teaching experience as well as a minimum of two years of full-time employment as a social worker in a human services agency.
- Knowledge and skill in current instructional theory, methods, strategies and techniques.
- Knowledge in student management, motivation and evaluation techniques.
- Skill in interpersonal relationships, problem-solving and decision-making
- Evidence of potential for scholarly work.
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to a diverse group.
- Ability to apply multimedia hardware/software in classroom teaching.